LOWER DIVISION (K—GRADE 2): The education in the lower school is geared to develop students’ inquisitive nature by encouraging them to ask questions and find answers.  Young learners will thrive in this environment and advance in Language Arts, Mathematics, Christian Living, Technology, Social Studies, Science, Physical Education, Spanish, Visual Art and the Performing Arts.

MIDDLE DIVISION (3—6): Learning is experiential and activity based as students gain confidence and the academic and social skills essential for success.  In addition to the core curriculum, field trips, guest speakers and excursions are incorporated.  Through this range of activities students are challenged, as well as nurtured, to excel.

• Christian Living

• Mathematics

• Language Arts

• Phonics  (K-2)

• Reading Comprehension

• Handwriting

• Composition

• Spelling

• Reading

• Science

• Social Studies

• Visual Art

• Technology

• Physical Education

• Spanish (1—6)

• Performing Arts

UPPER DIVISION (7—11): A significant difference in curricular experience is seen in grades 7 & 8. High school students’ curriculum experiences are more varied in that all instruction is specialized, meaning that they are exposed to different teachers and subject areas.

CORE (7 & 8)

• Family Life

• Mathematics

• History

• Communication Studies

• Information Technology

• Spanish & French

• Agricultural Science

• Home Economics

• Geography

• Integrated Science

CSEC (9-11)

CORE

• Mathematics

• Caribbean History

• English A (English)

• English B (Literature)

CHOICE – Alternative 1,2 or 3

Alternative 1

• Spanish

• Chemistry

• Principle of Accounts

Alternative 2

• Office Administrative

• French

• Biology/Human & Social Biology

Alternative 3

• Information Technology

• Integrated Science

• Principles of Business

Alternative 4

• Geography

• EDPM

• Social Studies

Technical Drawing (To be timetabled)

Club options 7—11: Performing Arts, Athletics and Visual Arts.